Cities go wild with child-friendly design
Urban areas experiment with ways to foster creativity and a sense of adventure in children, including more natural play spaces
Cheap rides at risk in drive to clean up Southeast Asia streets
The Philippines has begun rolling out electric vans, which officials say will replace jeepneys with safer, more environment-friendly vehicles by 2020
Spirituality in the suburbs - the London district uniting faiths
"They are teaching people that everyone is the same and we can live all together"
U.N. agency seeks to marry 'social good and profit making'
"Every organisation can be a social enterprise"
'Angry aunties' spark debate on Bangkok's informal markets
The "angry aunties" saga has gripped the city for months
Royal wedding puts Britain's housing crisis in spotlight
"Today's young people, millennials, are half as likely to own their own home at the age of 30 as baby boomers were in the past"
Seattle's tax on Amazon to help homeless may fall short, locals say
The tax on Amazon, Seattle's largest employer, and other large companies will combat a growing crises of affordable housing and homelessness
World's urban growth will surge most in India, China and Nigeria - UN
"Managing urban growth has become one of the most important development challenges of the current century"
Adelaide nod to native land rights can spur more inclusive cities
Recognition of land rights for an Aboriginal group in Adelaide after an 18-year legal battle could spur more Australian cities to acknowledge such claims
US government faces legal action over not addressing racially divided housing
The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump has suspended a housing regulation designed to discourage racial segregation in cities and towns